This Fool

I wrote this back in 1984. I won’t say who it was written for but it was a song written to him. He never received it. It was written to be a Country Western song.

This Fool written by Donna R. Riley now Donna R Lands 1984

My darlin you see.

You can’t fool me.

This fool’s been fooled before.

And I won’t take no more.

On my face I’ve already fell.

Let me tell you, I know this game to well.

I’ve heard every charming line you can say.

So let’s just go our separate way.

No heartache or pain.

You just go on and seek your fame.

Because my darlin you see.

You can’t fool me.

This fool’s been fooled before.

And I’ll never take no more.

Tell you I must.

There was never really a chance for us.

We started out as a lie.

The truth will be our goodbye.

There was a reason for all my doubt.

I’m certainly happy, I figured it out.

So my darlin, this is forever goodbye you see.

Fore a fool, I may be.

But to have a broken heart I won’t.

By feeling love for you, I don’t.

So my darlin you see.

Its over between you and me.

For I won’t be a fool no more.

This fools been fooled before. (Repeat whole song twice)

Love is number one because it makes the world a happier place to live in.

I always felt love is number one because it creates stable, loving, caring, and smarter children. Love is so important that years ago, Doctors discovered that withholding love and touch from babies caused the babies to not thrive as well as the babies that received love and touch. Read this great Article about how important it is for a mother and child to bond. It actually creates a more intelligent child and an adult with a kinder heart. I recall years ago reading about the orphanages in Russia and China that withheld love from the babies and those children failed to thrive. There has been countless studies on the affects of love and touch so what I am saying is not new. It is just a reminder of how important love is.

http://www.livescience.com/18196-maternal-support-child-brain.html

Here is the quote from the above article;

Nurturing a child early in life may help him or her develop a larger hippocampus, the brain region important for learning, memory and stress responses, a new study shows.

Previous animal research showed that early maternal support has a positive effect on a young rat’s hippocampal growth, production of brain cells and ability to deal with stress. Studies in human children, on the other hand, found a connection between early social experiences and the volume of the amygdala, which helps regulate the processing and memory of emotional reactions. Numerous studies also have found that children raised in a nurturing environment typically do better in school and are more emotionally developed than their non-nurtured peers.

Brain images have now revealed that a mother’s love physically affects the volume of her child’s hippocampus. In the study, children of nurturing mothers had hippocampal volumes 10 percent larger than children whose mothers were not as nurturing. Research has suggested a link between a larger hippocampus and better memory

Love helps in healing a wounded soul. Healing your soul brings you happiness and peace. I say just spread the love and give hugs daily. To all my Angels out there, I send you hugs and love. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ always; (DRL)

The more I learn.

The more I learn, the more I realise I know absolutely nothing. I know this, that, and the other thing about certain things but I know absolutely nothing about this, that, and the uncertain things. The things I have forgotten even astound me more. If you don’t use it, you lose it or do you, just put something in its place? I have put things in special places and then I forget where the special place is, that I put those things in. Yep, things do get misplaced in the special places. I also feel my washer eats my socks. I always end up with mismates. I know you are suppose to put your socks in the sack but that’s another step in the washing process.

I have these nagging female deep thoughts about theology. I have wondered these certain questions ever since I was little. I know other females have wondered it too. Here’s are my questions to the wise men of the world:

1) Why did God have only a son and not a daughter too?

2) As a parent, you love both your sons and daughters equally. The purpose of our Lord was to understand the path of man, but what about a woman?

3) Does God not want to know that path of understanding as a way to complete the circle of infinity?

4) What is math without infinity?

5) Why would God create male and female without having a mate for himself?

6) Man is made in God’s image, then whose image was woman made in? On a side note, genetically speaking, it would be easier to slice an x and change it into a y chromosome then it would be to splice genetic material to make a Y change into an x chromosome.

7)  How would men be judged if God had a daughter?